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Mediterranean Crossings-The Quest of 'Leo Africanus'

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Natalie Zemon Davis

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Historian Natalie Zemon Davis, currently an adjunct professor at the University of Toronto and best known for her book The Return of Martrin Guerre, has been a pioneer in the field of social history. She reviews her most recent book based on a historical character titled Trickster Travels: A 16th-Century Muslim Between Worlds.

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Recorded Thursday, December 11, 2008 at The Art Institute of Chicago-Fullerton Hall.

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